This is a great album that combines the flippant humor of the Beatles with R&B standards of their time and our's. Songs like "Johnny B. Goode," "Memphis, Tennesee," and "The Hippy Hippy Shake," bring back the glory days and (then) contemporary staples of R&B. But the Beatles knew how to please their fans, singing their own "I Feel Fine," "Ticket to Ride," and "A Hard Day's Night." The comedic asides between each song provide a little insight into the humor of the Beatles. This is a great CD to listen to, but it's hard to listen to repeatedly because of the talking in between songs. Once you've heard those once, it's more than enough.